Sharing is caring!

Apple has released its new iPhones, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus which are running on the latest iOS 10 version. Keep in mind that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are not the only smartphones that are running on the new iOS 10, as there are already a good amount of users who have updated their devices.

Since a good amount of devices are already running on iOS 10, Pangu is already trying to jailbreak it. However, it seems that the hacking group is struggling to jailbreak the iOS 10 because Apple has done a pretty good job securing the latest version, but it is just a matter of time until Pangu will find a way to hack it. In addition, Apple has released a new iOS version (10.0.2) and which comes with security patches that will make Pangu’s work even harder.



If you are a jailbreak fan, we suggest you to just wait until Pangu or TaiG will give us some news regarding the iOS 10 jailbreak tool. Keep in mind that if you already update to the iOS 10.0.2 there will be high chances that you will not be able to downgrade it to 10 or 10.0.1, which means that you will not have the possibility to jailbreak your handset in case Pangu or TaiG will release a iOS 10/iOS 10.0.1 jailbreak tool.

It is good to know that you can already use a “semi” jailbreak on your device that runs on iOS 10, iOS 10.0.1 or iOS 10.0.2. However, this new tool only hacks the Safari browser, allowing you to download 3rd party IPA files to your device. However, you are NOT able to install system tweaks and systems apps using the semi jailbreak.

There is also an “untethered” jailbreak version that works on iOS 10, iOS 10.0.1 and iOS 10.0.2, which grants root access to your device, allowing you to download the fully functions Cydia, but a good amount of apps are not yet compatible with the new operating system.

However, we suggest you to wait until a fully working iOS 10 jailbreak is released. As soon as we will find more information about iOS 10 jailbreak, we will let you know!

Every techie needs a pair of sick headphones. Neurogadget recommends these Audio Technica Professional Studio Monitor Headphones for both their quality and their cool-factor.